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Is - spaceparty - 06-25-2014

Would it be okay to make a tulpa of a dream character based on a girl I fell in love with in school?

I dream about her quite a lot and the dream version has a lot of the traits associated with tulpas (kind, supportive, makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside just being in her company)

I never really interacted with the real one and haven't seen her in years. The dream version and the real version have distinctly different personalities.

If I make a tulpa of her would that would be a third version of her, or would the tulpa and the dream character be the same?


RE: Is - Quilten - 06-25-2014

Hm. I mean, as long as you don't plan on ever interacting with the real one ever again, I don't see why not. Especially swing as how they have different personalities. Just make sure to be careful and remember that your tuppers are seperate from any persons, real or fictional, depicted in the tangible world.


RE: Is - SakuraSky - 06-25-2014

It wouldn't hurt to tell her that you based her appearance on someone you used to know, just make sure you let get know she is free to make changes to her own appearance and personality if she feels she needs to.


RE: Is - Ashmo - 06-25-2014

Keep everything open with your tupper. Tell them who their base is and allow them to change themselves if they ever start to feel weird about it. Also, don't expect your mind mate to be exactly like the girl from school or even the girl in your dream. Yes, you can make them with traits and quirks in mind, but as they evolve and grow as people, they will change. Just like any other real person who learns from their stimuli and experiences.


RE: Is - malesplicer - 06-25-2014

Also don't make her just to sex with her form. Your tulpa probably wont like that.


RE: Is - bersinger - 06-26-2014

I do not encourage this. I don't trust in innocence when we're dealing with these kinds of motives, not only they speak of a desire for a no-ties no-responsibility more-or-less-romantic attachment with what you didn't have because X or Y indevelopment you couldn't bother doing shit about, but they also speak of immaturity that prevents fixing these M-I-S-T-A-K-E-S; what a shame in my eyes. Big GrinDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD